It was created for a educational book published by Atica House (part of Abril Group the largest publisher in South America and one of its leading media companies). Illustration inspired by “trabalenguas”: this is how they call tongue twisters in spanish…
Illustration created for a Brazilian magazine called “Aventuras Na História” (Adventures Through History) that features an section called “Dito E Feito” (Said And Done) that tells a little bit about the origin of some expressions. In this case, Mano A Mano (which means “one vs. one”) describes the match between two bullfighters taking turns to perform in front of the crowd in the arena. Chosen to be part of American Illustration 28.
Illustration created for an educational book published by Macmillan Publishing Group.
Illustration created to promote a children coloring book commissioned by the Mars Society and Nasa. A scene of a possible daily life on Mars with a lot of things kids like: dogs, astronauts, vehicles, alien landscapes…
La Eñe and Quijote, by Carlos Arujo
A woman on a steampunk bridge reaches for the moon in this self-promotional piece
A man tips his hat and says, “hello” in this self promo
Cover artwork for Brazilian indie rock band Hotelo. Winner of the Latin American Ilustración 2 + Los Diez.
Montage illustration depicting Human Rights for educational book series published by Ática Publishing House
Montage illustration featuring people of the ages with cave drawings, scrolls, books, and computers in this whimsical illustration for educational book series published by Ática Publishing House
A montage illustration depicting the evolution of careers for educational book series published by Ática Publishing House
A woman sits atop an apartment building playing with the stars hanging from the sky in this cover illustration for short stories book published by Salamandra (Santillana Publishing Group)
Santa and his elves hard at work on the assembly line in this editorial illustration for Sorria Magazine, MOL Publishing House
Montage illustration of Mozart throughout his life for anthology book published by Ática Publishing House.
Illustration of people of different races holding hands in this cover artwork for institunional brochure.
Illustration of a platupus on a trampoline for educational book series published by Ática Publishing House.
Cover artwork for UK rock band Smerin’s Anti Social Club
A board game depicting the path towards home ownership in this editorial illustration for Casa e Jardim (Brazilian magazine about home, archtecture, interior design and decoration) published by Globo
A kid in braces trapped by an octopus tentacle in this pin-up illustration for Strange Kid’s Magazine Anthology
Whimsical and Steampunk Illustrations for Advertising, Educational, and Editorial Use
This gallery of images by
Carlos Araujo features a mixed assortment of illustrations from his work with both advertisers and publishers. Carlos’ award winning work has appeared on album covers, textbooks, and magazines, along with prints and collectibles. More Information about Illustrator Carlos Araujo
Carlos Araujo is a whimsical steampunk illustrator located in Brasília, Brazil. With a background in several mediums, including 8+ years in graphic design, his true passion is illustration. His fine art and educational illustrations can be seen in books, album covers, magazines, posters, and gallery shows worldwide.
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